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BS EN ISO 20685-1:2018 3-D scanning methodologies for internationally compatible anthropometric databases Evaluation protocol for body dimensions extracted from 3-D body scans

BS EN ISO 20685-1:2018

3-D scanning methodologies for internationally compatible anthropometric databases Evaluation protocol for body dimensions extracted from 3-D body scans

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Standard number:BS EN ISO 20685-1:2018
Pages:28
Released:2018-12-18
ISBN:978 0 580 93272 4
Status:Standard
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BS EN ISO 20685-1:2018


This standard BS EN ISO 20685-1:2018 3-D scanning methodologies for internationally compatible anthropometric databases is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.180 Ergonomics

This document addresses protocols for the use of 3-D surface-scanning systems in the acquisition of human body shape data and measurements defined in ISO 7250‑1 that can be extracted from 3-D scans.

While mainly concerned with whole-body scanners, it is also applicable to body-segment scanners (head scanners, hand scanners, foot scanners).

It does not apply to instruments that measure the location and/or motion of individual landmarks.

The intended audience is those who use 3-D scanners to create 1-D anthropometric databases and the users of 1-D anthropometric data from 3-D scanners. Although not necessarily aimed at the designers and manufacturers of those systems, scanner designers and manufacturers can find it useful in meeting the needs of clients who build and use 1‑D anthropometric databases.